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    • 30 days to better blues guitar ebook

      30 Days To Better Blues Guitar eBook $15.99


      In the 30 Days to Better Blues Guitar eBook you will find a month long practice routine with a lesson a day on a topic covering some of the basics and most fundamental principles of Blues Guitar playing. Each short lesson will improve your knowledge of soloing, licks, scales, arpeggios, chords, harmony, vibrato, accents, phrasing, ear training and sight reading.

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  • marc ribot and tom waits

    Riff of the Week: Jockey Full of Bourbon by Tom Waits

    This weeks riff features a mean sounding intro and solo around an Harmonic Minor Scale from the tune Jockey Full of Bourbon by Tom Waits. The song is an Avant-Garde Latin number in the typical off-beat Tom Waits mould and features the work of guitarist Marc Ribot.

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  • jonathan wilson

    Riff of the Week: Desert Raven by Jonathan Wilson

    The Riff of the Week comes from Californian rocker Jonathan Wilson. Credited as being one of the revivers of the Laurel Canyon music scene, Wilson has a blend of 70s inspired psychedelic rock and funk that has spawned this catchy lead riff duet from the album Gentle Spirit.

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  • camden guitar ensemble

    Playing and Learning by Ear

    Back in the old days when Jazz was super cool, when Elvis was shaking and rolling, the Beatles were in Hamburg and Fender nailed electric guitar construction, there was no YouTube, no videos lessons, no tabs. Moreover, guitar teachers were in short supply.

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  • camden guitar ensemble

    Camden Guitar Ensemble Going Strong

    The Camden Guitar Ensemble for children of all ages is still going strong after 4 years! The Summer concert at Camden School For Girls was a resounding success after another weekend of hard graft from all involved and repertoire included famous theme tunes.

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  • vintage sg

    Sound Advice For Buying Equipment

    by Simon James.

    Developing a good relationship with your equipment supplier is an essential and useful part of being a guitarist. The amount of gear required to maintain yourself at professional level means that you will be constantly required to update equipment....

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  • slash

    Music Equipment Sponsorship and Endorsements

    The lack of professional gear is a problem that will hamper all instrumentalists, but most notably it is the guitarist in a band that is effected most of all as there is such an enormous range of genre....

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  • guitar4free effects board

    Don't Forget To Label Your Pedals!

    It’s so easily done, and it happened to me many times before I learned the hard way; don't forget to label your settings! Just think you’ve been playing and you’ve really nailed a great guitar sound...

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  • riffstation

    Try the Riffstation- Three Apps in One, An Awesome Practice Tool

    "....designed so that you can just play along to whatever track you want to learn...."

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  • Guitar Rockschool

    Using The Guitar Rockschool for GCSE Music and National Record of Acheivement

    We are all eagerly awaiting the new Guitar Rockschool syllabus due out later this year. The current Rockschool syllabus has proved to be very popular among my students whatever level they are at. In particular the blues numbers Secret Place and X Blues III have provided fun instruction that have not only been useful in learning the blues but have....

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